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A gigabit (Gb) is a unit of digital information equal to 1 billion bits. It is commonly used to express data transfer rates, network speeds, or storage capacities, where higher gigabit values indicate increased transmission or storage capabilities. Gigabits are widely utilized in the field of telecommunications, networking, and digital media to measure the volume of data that can be transmitted or stored over a given period, often associated with high-speed internet connections and advanced data transfer technologies.
A petabyte (PB) is a unit of digital information equal to 1 quadrillion bytes. It is commonly used to measure the size of extensive datasets, storage capacities, and large-scale data processing. Petabytes are frequently employed in computing contexts, such as describing the capacity of data centers, cloud storage, and high-performance computing systems. The petabyte is part of the metric system, where each petabyte consists of 1,000 terabytes or 1,000,000,000,000,000 bytes. This term is often associated with managing and analyzing vast amounts of information, showcasing the capabilities of modern data storage and processing technologies.